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Friday, July 14, 2017

The Experimental Fiction That Imagines Football-Obsessed Americans in the Extremely Distant Future | The New Yorker

The year is 17776, and Americans are still obsessed with football. That’s the simplest explanation of a multimedia fiction project written by Jon Bois that is currently being published in daily installments by the sports site SB Nation, where Bois is the creative director. The site began posting chapters of the story—which combines text, YouTube videos, tacky Muzak, eerie maps and graphics, and found archival documents—earlier this month, and the series is slated to wrap up later this week. According to Vox Media, SB Nation’s parent company, the story has received, as of Wednesday, more than 2.9 million page views.

via www.newyorker.com

Weird. H/t LGS.

http://rightcoast.typepad.com/rightcoast/2017/07/the-experimental-fiction-that-imagines-football-obsessed-americans-in-the-extremely-distant-future-the-new-yorker.html

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